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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffThe_Emperor_Of_Television Date: Mar 15, 2014 6:43pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: What have you watched lately?

I'd like to comment that I have since acquired an early 1980s Toshiba TV during the last couple days, someone was throwing it out and my dad saved it, it works and I intend to use it for retro-gaming purposes.

Since my last my last post, I have watched the following TV episodes:

"The Monkees" - 'I've Got a Little Song Here'. Episode originally broadcast in 1966. USA

"Radio Active" - 'The Blaire Resnickie Project'. Episode originally broadcast in 1999. Canada

"The Monkees" - 'One Man Shy'. Episode originally broadcast in 1966. USA. I've rarely liked comedies about class differences, I find them insulting to both sides. This episode did not impress me.

"Radio Active" - 'Dark Sarah'. Episode originally broadcast in 1999. Canada

"Mesto vstrechi izmenit nelzya" - Episode 4. Episode originally broadcast in 1979. Russia

"The Monkees" - 'Dance, Monkee, Dance'. Episode originally broadcast in 1966. USA

"The Clifton House Mystery" - Episode 4. Episode originally broadcast in 1978. UK

"The Monkees" - 'Too Many Girls'. Episode originally broadcast in 1966. USA

"Mesto vstrechi izmenit nelzya" - Episode 5. Episode originally broadcast in 1979. Russia. Final episode of the popular mini-series.

"The Clifton House Mystery" - Episode 5. Episode originally broadcast in 1978. UK

"The Clifton House Mystery" - Episode 6. Episode originally broadcast in 1978. UK. Final episode of the popular mini-series.

"The Monkees" - 'Son of the Gyspy'. Episode originally broadcast in 1966. USA

"Kraft Television Theatre" - 'Kelly'. Episode originally broadcast in 1950. USA. I would upload this, but the sound is out-of-sync, and it is pretty dated.

"Steptoe and Son" - 'And Afterwards at...'. Episode originally broadcast in 1965. UK

"Sherlock Holmes" - 'The Speckled Band'. Episode originally broadcast in 1964. UK

"The Monkees" - 'Case of the Missing Monkee'. Episode originally broadcast in 1967. USA. Vito Scotti is one of my least favourite actors, and this episode does not change my opinion of him. I cringe every time he appears on my TV screen.


Which brings up the question: What has everyone watched since the last post?

This post was modified by The_Emperor_Of_Television on 2014-03-16 01:42:43

This post was modified by The_Emperor_Of_Television on 2014-03-16 01:43:20

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or Staffbeep* Date: Mar 15, 2014 8:57pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: Re: What have you watched lately?

Ah. You got the tv. Cool. Hope it works out for the retro-gaming.
Have you checked out this:

https://archive.org/details/software

Lately:

A 1965 episode of the Soupy Sales Show. Certifiable insanity.

Amos and Andy-"The Antique Shop". That show had some fantastic actors.

Pettycoat Junction, 1-7-1964, with Dennis Hopper guesting as a rebelious youth (Five years before he starred in Easy Rider). His 'method acting" skills came off a bit clunky with the regulars in that episode but it's still watchable.

A 1962 episode of Car 54 Where Are you? Fred Gwynne and Al Lewis went on to star in The Munsters a few years later.
Always silly fun.